## About [Nift](https://nift.cc) (aka nsm) is a cross-platform open source git-like and $\LaTeX$-like site manager coded in C++. This is the site for the nsm site repository template **gradient-blog**. See the [FAQ](faq.html) page for how to import/fork this repository along with answers to other frequently asked questions. To install nsm see the [Nift install](https://nift.cc/documentation/installing_nsm.html) pages. You can learn more about managing sites from the [getting started guide](https://nift.cc/resources/get_started.html), [Nift commands](https://nift.cc/documentation/nsm_commands.html), [content files](https://nift.cc/documentation/content_files.html), [template files](https://nift.cc/documentation/template_files.html) and [Nift tutorial](https://nift.cc/documentation/nsm_tutorial.html) pages from the nsm documentation. The simpler things you may wish to do are below.
### How do I add a page to my site? 1. From the terminal navigate your way to the site directory. 2. Enter **nsm track page-name (page-title)** where **page-name** is the name of the page file (including any directories) and optionally **page-title** is the title of the page. If you would like the page in a directory use page name **dir-name/page-name**. It can also be convenient to instead copy an existing page using **nsm cp existing-name new-name**. 3. If you're adding/removing blog posts make sure you edit **content/blog/posts.js**. ### How do I remove a page from my site? 1. From the terminal navigate your way to the site directory. 2. Enter **nsm rm page-name** where **page-name** is the name of the page file (including any directories).
### How do I modify a page on my site? 1. Modify the content file **content/page-name.content**. 2. From the terminal navigate your way to the site directory. 3. To view changes locally enter **nsm build-updated** to build the updated pages, then view the site locally (see the [FAQ](faq.html) page for how). 4. To push the changes remotely, enter **nsm bcp "commit message"**. Note **bcp** will build the updated changes locally, commit the changes to your local repository and push the changes to the remote repository, which after a short delay will update your site online.
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